Tissue Regenerative Therapy

 

Tissue Regenerative Therapy involves an injection of a solution that stimulates cellular repair (also known as Prolotherapy)

Introduction

Tissue Regenerative Therapy works by promoting your body's natural repair mechanisms to heal injured or weakened joints, ligaments and tendons.

It is a natural, non-surgical method of stimulating repair when ligaments or tendons are damaged or torn.

How it works

The injected prolotherapy solution leads to a localised reaction, stimulating the growth of collagen and connective tissue.

This process is known to tighten and strengthen the weak tissue, resulting in a stronger tendon or ligament. Pain is often reduced or eliminated.

Tissue Regenerative Therapy is an alternative to cortisone injections, which in some cases are not suitable as they may weaken an already damaged tendon.

Effectiveness

Tissue Regenerative therapy can effectively treat:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Torn or damaged ligaments
  • Inflamed painful tendons
  • Chronic Pain

Tissue regenerative procedures have a proven track record when it comes to safety and success.

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